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12 of my best selling projects/units all in an organized money saving bundle! These engaging, student/teacher approved math projects that provide rigor, relevance, and cross-curricular content altogether. Check out the preview to see the alignment to the Common Core Standards! I have each of these p

Quadratics "Clue" Project for either Algebra 1 or Algebra 2. Fun way for your class to learn and practice quadratics by solving a murder mystery. Students will be required to graph and solve equations to determine who committed a murder, with what weapon, and the location of the crime.
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Grab the 11 of the most popular Algebra 2 Projects and SAVE. These student-tested and approved projects include the following Algebra 2 concepts:- Linear equations and slope- Systems of equations- Quadratic Functions- Polynomials- Radical Functions- Probability- Statistics- Conic Sections- Trigonom

This is a great project idea to connect topics in Algebra 2 with the real world. This project could be presented after End of Course Exams. The students will take an Algebra 2 topic of their choice and relate to something in the real world. Some examples of real world problems the students could use

12 of my best selling projects/units all in an organized money saving bundle! These engaging, student/teacher approved math projects that provide rigor, relevance, and cross-curricular content altogether. Want more projects?•21st Century Math Projects -- All the Projects•More Algebra 2 / Pre-Calculu

Need a fun, digital, and creative way for students to demonstrate mastery of writing a quadratic equation when given three points in Algebra 2? In this project students will create their own quadratic functions out of smiley faces or draw inspiration from real life objects. Students work in edit mo

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Great Project that requires students to come up with a way to explain one of four topics (Parabolas, Quadratic Functions, Rational Functions, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions) to a classmate. Can be used as a midterm, final, or individual project. Uploaded as a DOC so that you can alter it in w

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In this project, the students calculate a series of matrix operations and present the solutions in a specified manner on a poster suitable for display on the classroom wall.
The project includes an optional story (essay) because some school districts encourage English across the subject spectrum a

Algebra - A-REI.2 or A.REI.2
Solve simple rational and radical equations in one variable, and give examples showing how extraneous solutions may arise.
Solving radical equations. I'd so buy this if you would have made it for $1. I had trouble figuring out a real world explanation for "why do we n

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This packet contains four versions of a project for Probability and Statistics. Each version contains 18 pages, and the total packet contains 72 pages. The student handouts are in a form that is able to be copied without modification. The packet include a detailed grading rubric, complete teacher di

This is an interactive project where students compile simple data and review mean, median, mode, and range. The project eludes to the need for absolute value or squaring when calculating deviation.
The second half of the project has students try to informally develop a normal curve using group or

This project was designed to be used at the end of the school year. However it could be done at any time during the year after radical operations and solving quadratics. In this project, students are competing against one another to be chosen as the "winning" restaurant. Students are required to cho

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Create your own Math Turkey! Solve 9 Polynomial Expressions and assemble your feathers to make a turkey!As you can see kids get creative and unique with their designs and not all come out as Gobblers. Encourage this creative freedom and you can learn a lot about your students!

This product consists of a statistics survey project for Algebra 2. Students are grouped, create a survey question, and ask their survey question to other students in the school or whichever sample you choose. Groups analyze their data and present their findings to the class. A rubric is included

This project has several systems of equations to solve, along with the solution of a mathematical definition of a message to be determined by the student.
The mathematical portion of this project consists of two 3 x 3 systems of equations and two 2 x 2 systems of equations. In addition to the sys

This Algebra 2 project is best completed at the end of the semester. It is perfect if you have downtime before or after finals. Students can spend as little as one or two class periods on it or up to a week if you have markers and other artsy materials. Students will be creating pages with key te

This project is assigned at the end of the "Polynomial Functions" chapter. It contains four versions of handouts that are able to be copied directly and distributed to your class. The preview image illustrates the type of problems assigned. This is a challenging project for your class and helps them

Need something fun and hands on for a project in Algebra class? This is an editable Google Docs which lays out a poster project for Algebra 2. Topics covered in the poster project include solving quadratic equations by factoring, and solving with special patterns. The quadratic formula is also cove

This is an end of year project to assess your students knowledge of all of the functions they have learned throughout the course.

Need something educational that the students will have fun with? This is a Power Point Presentation which introduces the Fibonacci Sequence and the Golden Ratio. Students complete a research project where they are given 9 leading questions.

This project packet contains 20 pages. It contains: teacher directions, grading rubric, four versions for student handout, and detailed solutions for each version.In this project, the student is given an xy-table of an exponential function and is expected to calculate the equations that fit the data

Instructions· Students complete problems 1-9· Students then color and cut out their flower petals· Students glue flower petals around the outside of the base circle given· Students pick a face and glue it in the middle as the center of their flower Students will have a chance to be creative with th